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Research Bites 2016: EndNote

Research Bites are short, informal seminars on topics relevant to researchers at all levels, run by Library Services. Whether you want a quick refresher on a single topic or a comprehensive updating of your information and research skills, you will find s

Ruling Your References: Ruling Endnote

Wednesday 20th July
Nicola Dennis

Are you drowning under piles of articles? Would you like a system which will organise and manage your references for you?  Try Endnote, the University recommended reference management software.  Find out how to utilise the system to store your articles and manage your references wherever you are working in the world.

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You can watch a full lecture capture on Aston Replay (login using Blackboard and your usual Aston University username and password) or download the PowerPoint slides below.

The EndNote presentation included screencasts and the file size is too large to upload on to this LibGuide.  Please view the recording for the full presentation or contact Nicola Dennis for a copy of the slides.

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Researcher Development Framework

This session maps to the following descriptors from vitae's Researcher Development Framework:

Primary outcomes:

  • A1.5:  Information literacy and management
  • A3.2:  Intellectual insight

Secondary outcomes:

  • A1.4:  Information seeking
  • B2.1:  Preparation and prioritisation
  • D1.7:  Collaboration

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